Travel and Transitions explores Mexico City: Paseo de la Reforma, el Bosque de Chapúltepec and the neighbourhood of San Angel

June 22, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel News
The Paseo de la Reforma is an almost 4 km long tree-lined boulevard, connecting the center of the city with the Bosque de Chapúltepec, a former sacred ground for the Pre-Colombian cultures and now Mexico City’s biggest park and location of the Castillo de Chapúltepec. Various monuments adorn its glorietas, or traffic circles. San Angel, another beautiful neighbourhood in Mexico City with colonial buildings and cobble-stoned streets.More information can be found at
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